A Home-Price Disaster in Sudbury

Now here’s a real crisis we can all get up in arms about: The U.S. has lost 58 “million-dollar” cities over the past eight months, per Zillow, including our own Sudbury. But is the latest report all it’s cracked up to be?

Wellesley’s Doing Alright

Amid the return of uncertain economic times, and a potential recession just around a corner or two, the housing market in Boston’s toniest suburbs appears to be bouncing back just fine from last year’s turmoil.

Time to Change the Conversation Around Diversity in the Suburbs

At a moment when so much is unclear, one thing is not: We need all hands on deck for what will be a difficult several months for our regional economy. The sooner we make our businesses diverse and inclusive, the nimbler and better prepared they will be – for the recession and for writing the economy’s next chapter.

Hot Property: Mill & Main

Tenants have committed to new and renewed leases for over 56,000 square feet at Mill & Main, the eight-building, 1.1 million-square-foot campus spanning 50 acres in Maynard. 

Worcester Lures Pharma Manufacturing at the Reactory

As biotechs bring more products to market, Massachusetts hasn’t kept pace in the growth of its advanced manufacturing space to enable them to grow in their backyards. Now a former state hospital property in Worcester is making a bid to put central Massachusetts on the map as an affordable option.